The Olde Bridge Place – A Home Away From Home!

Wouldn’t you love to enjoy a romantic and relaxing getaway to an amazing retreat in Southern Ontario?

The Olde Bridge Place in West Montrose is the perfect place to indulge in some leisure time in a relaxed setting. It’s also one of the prizes available in our #LoveWhereYouLive contest!

olde bridge b&b

The Olde Bridge Place is definitely not your typical B&B. Sometimes, people are intimidated about staying at a bed & breakfast, because the owners are in a part of the house. As a result, guests may not feel they have the privacy they desire. At The Olde Bridge Place B&B, there are private suites with separate entrances. This allows guests to come and go as they place in complete privacy. Each suite has a kitchen fully stocked with local goodies to use for making breakfast on your own schedule.

Olde Bridge Place B & B West Montrose

Photo Credit: Dee Brun (Owner)

 

When you visit, make sure to bring your camera! The Olde Bridge Place is located in West Montrose, minutes from St. Jacobs, Elmira, and Elora. Situated on two acres of waterfront property on the banks of the Grand River, it is right next to the historic covered Kissing Bridge. The scenery is amazing, and the setting is tranquil. You really won’t want to leave! For more information, visit their website, or like them on Facebook “Olde Bridge Place”.

You could win an amazing stay at The Olde Bridge Place by entering the #LoveWhereYouLive contest! Let us know what you love about where you live for a chance to win 1 of 3 incredible Southern Ontario prize packs. Enter at http://remax.sharing-online.net/. Keep sharing for more chances to win. The deadline to enter is December 15.

Good luck!

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